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Dec 30, 2012

Dining Out


Eating out today is inevitable. Even if you try to avoid it due to financial issues or health reasons, there would always be that day where you just have to dine out. Maybe you’re busy and there’s nothing in the fridge to heat up. Maybe it’s to treat out that girl you started dating.  You may opt out for fast food or some fine dining, but again, eating out is unavoidable. Is it then impossible to not go out to eat?

Eating out today is inevitable. Even if you try to avoid it due to financial issues or health reasons, there would always be that day where you just have to dine out. Maybe you’re busy and there’s nothing in the fridge to heat up. Maybe it’s to treat out that girl you started dating.  You may opt out for fast food or some fine dining, but again, eating out is unavoidable. Is it then impossible to not go out to eat?

Imagine this scenario: In a group of friends, one sits plate-less, occasionally sipping a glass of water. Surely, his/her friends would want that person to eat, even offering to pay for them. Rejecting every offer, that person then subconsciously would create some slight discomfort around the table. It’s not a good feeling, right?

Eating out

These are questions and situations we may not always think about. Some of us may not even want to think about. However, it is helpful to consider them. Why? Because it provides a better understanding of what good food is and what we can do to always have memorable dining experiences. Perhaps you want to save up for this four-star restaurant you’ve always wanted to go to. Instead of eating at the usual place every week, you could spend one dinner in luxury .

We’re not trying to convince you not to eat out, of course. We just believe that an informed diner can better taste, understand, and respect the food they’re about to eat. How? Because a trust is built between you and the establishment where you’re getting your food.  Alright, some are definitely more trust-worthy than others (i.e. fast food joints compared to family-owned restaurants). But the point we’re trying to make is thinking about what you consume can change the way you see food and the industry overall.